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Arthur Bryan Burton (1860-1933) of [[Hollinshead and Burton]]
Arthur Bryan Burton (1860-1933) of [[Hollinshead and Burton]]
1860 Born in Surbiton, Surrey, the son of Frederick Burton, a joiner.
Probably worked at the Thames Ditton Foundry as a chaser and polisher from soon after its establishment in 1874 by [[Cox and Sons]]. Later became a partner in the business with [[Arthur John Hollinshead]] and after his death he traded as [[A. B. Burton]].<ref>[http://sculpture.gla.ac.uk/view/person.php?id=ann_1291587965 Mapping Sculpture]</ref>





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Arthur Bryan Burton (1860-1933) of Hollinshead and Burton

1860 Born in Surbiton, Surrey, the son of Frederick Burton, a joiner.

Probably worked at the Thames Ditton Foundry as a chaser and polisher from soon after its establishment in 1874 by Cox and Sons. Later became a partner in the business with Arthur John Hollinshead and after his death he traded as A. B. Burton.[1]


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